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Modern Infrastructure – May 2015

Just when you thought old-school IT had been put to rest, it’s back—with a vengeance. This time, the haunting procedure of system-level virtualization arrives in full horror with containers as its base, but not only that, it would seem that legacy colocation is pulling itself from the depths as well.

But what does this mean for the data center moving forward? Or is IT doomed to stay old-school forever?

Find out the answers to these question and more in the May issue of Modern Infrastructure. Access now and gain access to exclusive content, including:

  • Colocation in the cloud
  • The secret with chat platforms
  • Ethernet’s fountain of youth

And much more. 

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  • Bringing Ideas to Life in a Continuously Protected Environment

    Costly IT downtime can significantly stall project completion and one organization found that their current desktop and server environment was not suitable to complete projects in the timely, cost efficient manner their clients were looking for. So what did they do? 

    Inside this case study, discover how they implemented leading Dell workstations and desktops in order to fully customize the workspace for each employee – ultimately leading to enhanced productivity. Learn how they were able to:

    • Provide continuous protection for physical and virtual data
    • Reduce operating costs with lower power and cooling expenses
    • And more

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  • Options after Windows Server 2003 end-of-life

    Organizations running Windows Server 2003 should plan their migrations, if they haven’t already. It’s time to rally the troops, spread the word and get cracking. There’s not much time left, and the migration process will involve more than simply installing a new server OS.

    Consult the following expert e-guide to learn about your various options for handling Windows Server 2003 end-of-life. Additionally, learn about the questions you should ask before making the migration.   

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